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Jan 16, 2013 7:00pm EST
historic high for dow transports today, up 15% in the last two months. let's talk to zak carabel. manufacturing has had a very good come back if we can put that up on the screen and that includes business equipment or capital goods. that also has had a come back. so i was worried for about five or six months. looks like we're ending the year with good stuff. there's your business equipment. it's gotten back up in the last two months and overall manufacturing the same. is it possible the economy is better than we think. ? >> anyone who has been looking at this for the past three to six months recognizes we're in a very stable, not particularly dramatic, not overly sexy but clearly not disastrous economy. that doesn't raise all sorts of celebratory bells but in a world where people's predisposition is to look for a crisis and assume the worse, consistent okay is a whole lot better. none of these numbers that we've been talking about this let's say five, ten years ago would have struck us as particularly robust. retail sales up half of a percent over the holiday for the month. good
Jan 28, 2013 8:00am PST
and strengthening those muscles, and that helps them. woman: oh! oops! try again. come on, zak. come on, big guy. yeah! hendrick: why do you think it's important that we don't pressure or demand that our children excel at every physical task? many of us can recall some parent who discouraged their child from sports by demanding too much too soon. the goal is to encourage youngsters to want to become more skillful because they want to. most children are so delighted when they learn something new, they do it over and over without adult urging. man: you're going to run into the desk. you're going to run into the desk. turn it this way. there you go. there you go. there you go. hendrick: let's also keep in mind that some children are more physically able than others are. remember, our goal is to support each child in their development according to their own abilities. i think that children-- physically delayed children-- need to, again, focus in on what... the progress that they are making and the things that they can do. and also, getting other children to help them with the things that
Jan 14, 2013 9:00am EST
. that includes the beautiful zak posen dress that naomi wall streets wore in a deep, blood red. allison williams wore a black jay mendel. those and many more beautiful dresses will be available on the site this week. >> i love the story of how this business model of yours got started. because your originally the story was you were hearing from designers who made these beautiful dresses and then the retailers eventually would say, for whatever reason, we don't want to order enough, we don't want to order them at all and you essentially took out the middle man in a big way, right? >> absolutely. this model was very much about the designer, but also about the customer. there was a disconnect there. there's a designer making these beautiful pieces, wanting to sell those beautiful pieces, and a customer who wanted to buy these pieces. so it made absolutely no sense that it couldn't happen. >> let's say i'm a customer who would love to buy that black dress. how much does it cost? >> which is true. >> which is, yeah, a little bit of truth to that. how much would that cost? are they av
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